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Mortgage Broker Courses

Integrity Education empowers individuals to build a successful career through education, skills development, & access to Industry.


Become a Mortgage Broker - upskill your way to a rewarding career!

Integrity Education offers the FNS40815 Certificate IV in Finance & Mortgage Broking (which meets the requirements of RG206 - see below) and FNS50315 Diploma of Finance & Mortgage Broking Management.  Both qualifications enable you to become a Mortgage Broker.

Our online courses and workshop programs are designed to be easy to follow and understand, whilst ensuring quality learning outcomes. All our workshop Trainers are experienced mortgage brokers, who enjoy imparting knowledge and guidance (along with some interesting 'war stories') to aspiring mortgage brokers to ensure they start their career in the right way.  Our courses are ideal for anyone who wants to become a Mortgage Broker and:

  • to work in finance as credit loans officer, loan writer or mobile lender.
  • to start and build your own business.
  • to enjoy a professional lifestyle that provides flexibility and high levels of remuneration.

Mortgage Broker Courses

FNS40815  Certificate IV in Finance & Mortgage Broking

The Certificate IV in Finance & Mortgage Broking is an entry level qualification for a career in mortgage broking. This qualification meets the minimum education standards for ASIC compliance as set out in RG206 for individuals providing credit services.   The Certificate IV is the mortgage broking course you need to complete to become a mortgage broker.

The FNS40815 Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking is a stepping-stone towards the Diploma course, and there is no pre-requisite for the Certificate IV course. 

FNS50315  Diploma of Finance & Mortgage Broking Management

The Diploma of Finance & Mortgage Broking Management (also called the 'Diploma of Mortgage Broking') provides you with the opportunity to broaden the scope of your existing broking and business skills. You will build on a variety of skills including commercial lending, broking options and risk management processes.  This qualificaion also enables you to become a Mortgage Broker. 

The Diploma can be attained by one of two ways:

  1. As an 'upgrade module' completed after the completion of the Certificate IV qualification, or
  2. As a 'stand alone' qualification, that does not include the Certificate IV qualification.

Students who have previously completed the FNS40815 Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking can enrol directly into the ‘Diploma Upgrade’ subject.  

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FNS40815 Certificate IV in Finance & Mortgage Broking

FNS50315 Diploma of Finance & Mortgage Broking Management upgrade

Online $600 $600


(3 Days)


(6 Days)

 Government Funded  Tuition Fee ^^ $295 $295
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$695 (Cert IV Pre-Requisite)

$1,295 (Direct Entry)

** These course fees (for the upgrade module) are based on students already having attained the Certificate IV in Finance & Mortgage Broking and applying for Credit Transfers towards the Diploma.  If students have not attained their Certificate IV, they must do so before completing the Diploma upgrade module and the relevant Certificate IV fee is payable in addition to the Diploma upgrade fee.

^^ Government Funded Tuition fees – these includes both Workshop or Online study options – it’s your choice at the time of enrolment.

ASIC Regulatory Guide 206 (RG206) Credit licensing: Competence and training

Integrity Education provides RG206 compliant mortgage broking courses throughout Australia, supplying students with the chance to study online distance or face-to-face utilising training materials that have been developed by experienced industry practitioners.  Mortgage Brokers (or individuals seeking to become a mortgage broker) must be adequately trained and competent to engage in the credit activities authorised by the credit licensee.  

Credit licensees must determine the appropriate training for their credit representatives on appointment and while they continue to act as representatives, to comply with their obligation to ensure that their representatives are adequately trained and competent to engage in the credit activities. If industry standards exist for sectors of the credit industry or for specific products, ASIC expects that licensees will ensure their representatives are trained at least to the level of the industry standard.

As a minimum, a Mortgage Broker must:

  • undertake 30 hours of continuing professional development each year.

The Finance Brokers Association of Australia (FBAA) and the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) are the peak associations in the industry and their minimum requirements for entry into their respective association is the FNS40815 Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking and the FNS50315 Diploma in Finance and Mortgage Broking Management.